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The Irish Flute Book - 20 Famous Tunes from Irelan&hellip by Patrick Steinbach
A nice book with a good selection of tunes - it's clearly presented and with notes, song text and chords.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Amazon, you are inciting crime, 11 Oct 2011
A lot of people thought you were a reputable retailer.
Don't you have anyone checking the products that you sell before they are put online? Would you wear this vile product, or let your son wear it?
21 of the Best: 1971-1983 ~ Millie Jackson
21 of the Best: 1971-1983 ~ Millie Jackson
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Forgive and forget the sprinkling of conventional unchallenging numbers, notably the cheery, singalong, trite My Man, a Sweet Man (lyrics certainly suggest a grateful girly-in-love who is far from the upfront, sceptical persona Jackson puts across in the other songs).
You can overlook a couple of donkeys in a value-for-money 21-track CD that otherwise features bold blues, cynical challenges to the whole concept of 'lurve' and confident instrumentals that match up to Jackson's effortlessly big voice.
21 of the Best ranges from the striking cynical commentary on religious hypocrisy of A Child of God (It's Hard to Believe) to the hurt of the cheated wife in How Do You Feel the… Read more